Global Environmental Governance: Fixing a troubled system - Adil Najam
Since environmental issues entered the international agenda in the early 1970s, global environmental politics and policies have been developing rapidly. IISD Senior Fellow Adil Najam talks about the need for urgent reform of our system of global environmental governance—not because it has failed, but because it has outgrown its original design.
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